police reports

• On March 23 at around 2:48 p.m., a Georgetown Drive victim contacted KCSO about an attempted break-in. There were two witnesses to the attempt and both witnesses observed the suspect, a 20-year-old male of unknown race, attempting to open a rear door to the victim’s residence. Suspect was later located by KCSO officers. Suspect was arrested for vehicle burglaries in the area.

• On March 24 at around 9:28 a.m., a West Triplett Lane victim contacted KCSO General Assignment Division to report a theft incident and criminal trespassing incident that occurred on her property off Triplett Lane in West Knox County March 15. The victim advised, several assorted sheets of copper flashing were stolen from her home sometime in the late night-time hours on March 15 where an unknown perpetrator cut the outer fence of her property to gain access to several assorted pieces of copper flashing used in repairing her home after storm damage. The victim further advised, the items taken were stacked near an outbuilding where the security cameras could not capture an image of the perpetrator. The property taken was valued at $4,000.00 per victim. Investigation is ongoing. Estimated loss is $5,000.

• On March 29 at around 8:01 p.m., a Lincoln Drive complainant advised between 4:58 and 5 p.m., March 29, an unknown suspect took her phone in the Kroger Marketplace parking lot at 189 Brooklawn St. in Farragut. She stated she put the phone on her sweater in the buggy where the kids sit, while she was putting her groceries in her vehicle. The complainant advised when she was done she went to get her phone and her sweater and the phone was gone. Estimated loss is $359.

• On March 29 at around 8:58 p.m., KCSO responded to Kohl’s department store, 11530 Kingston Pike, Farragut to a shoplifting complaint. Upon arrival KCSO made contact with the arrestee, a 19-year-old white female, and the complainant in Kohl’s loss prevention office. The arrestee was caught trying to steal a Nike headband and a Nike key lanyard valued at $26. The arrestee’s vehicle, a 2005 black Chevrolet Impala, was towed per Kohl’s employee. The arrestee was issued a no trespass warning. The arrestee was taken into custody without incident.